John Halligan has told 1 million students and counting the story of his son Ryan, a 13-year-old Vermonter who killed himself after facing a tsunami of social media torments.
The onetime Broadway understudy for Walter Matthau and castmate of Dustin Hoffman was among the authors of Vermont’s Act 250 land-use law.
Author Julia Alvarez and artist Sabra Field join their words and woodblock prints in “Where Do They Go?”
Brattleboro’s “blind masseur,” Neil Taylor, and his mother, Alison Taylor, are authors of the new memoir “The Life We Got.”
“The job has gotten more complex,” says one of a growing number of locals relinquishing their management of property grand lists.
Nearly a dozen approved a variety of town meeting resolutions in reaction to President Donald Trump’s push to further restrict immigration.
Londonderry’s town meeting is one of several talking about devoting local dollars to hiring county sheriffs or state police.
More communities are aiming to save money on printing and postage by delivering municipal information via the internet.
Voters this week will consider everything from Burlington’s $19 million school improvement plan to Brattleboro’s proposed ban on plastic shopping bags.
Town meetings in Calais, East Montpelier, Hartland, Marshfield, Plainfield and Putney are set to consider responding to President Donald Trump’s push for more restrictions on immigration.
As South Burlington prepares to retire its high school’s team nickname — to avoid Confederate connotations — another community has already shown such a change can work.
Brattleboro’s weekend Harris Hill competition drew a slate of global athletes who said they best knew the state as the home of Bernie Sanders.
More than 100 Brattleboro Union High School students and staffers rallied Friday against the newly appointed Betsy DeVos.
Brattleboro’s nearly century-old Harris Hill, the state’s only Olympic-size venue, is juggling nature and snowmaking technology as it prepares for its weekend competition.